Pick a quiet place to do meditation and sit comfortably. Stay aware of your breathing and let your eyes close naturally. Next you want to increase your self awareness and work on mentally disassociating from your physical body.
Imagine that you're walking through a big garden. It's natural, wild and it's never-ending. Think of the clean air coming into your lungs, and observe the environment around you.
Your goal is to use visualization skills to increase your awareness of this garden while also letting go of your everyday thoughts and anxieties. Listen to the peaceful silence. You might start hearing birds sing or hear the sound of raindrops. The stronger the mental imagery is, the better.
Notice the texture of the grass under your feet. Touch the flowers and feel the warm air going around you. Have every movement be slow and deliberate. You can take as long as you want to and explore your garden.
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It can help you focus if you keep walking at all times, so the scenery keeps changing. Moving down a gentle slope in the garden will mirror the action of your consciousness going deeper.
Normally it takes around 15 minutes for you to go in a deep trance-like state, where you have very little awareness of your actual body. You can stay there as long as you want to - there's no time limit on this meditation.
Finally, when you want to end it, gently remove yourself from the trance by counting backwards from five to one, taking deep breaths while you do it. Give yourself a few seconds before you open your eyes back in reality.
Meditation is great for increasing your self awareness and letting your mind focus without having the everyday distractions. You can even change the scenery every time you do the guided routine - make up your own world - just make sure they provide calm relaxation and a vivid mental imagery.